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Here are this weeks Power Rankings. Anaheim has jumped into top spot but there really isn’t much separating Anaheim, Detroit and Nashville. The list has been pretty stable the past several weeks though Edmonton has really begun to drop in the standings and currently sit in 16th spot. The way they are playing I’d expect them to drop several more spots before seasons end. Probably to around 20th or so.

I have also updated the player rankings and adjusted hits/giveaways and takeaways pages on so check them out by clicking on the appropriate link in the menu to the left.

Rank Last Week Team AdjWinP SchedStr Power Rank
1 3 Anaheim 0.621 0.516 0.632
2 1 Detroit 0.638 0.509 0.631
3 4 Nashville 0.643 0.506 0.630
4 2 San Jose 0.601 0.518 0.624
5 5 Vancouver 0.580 0.522 0.610
6 7 Dallas 0.574 0.518 0.590
7 6 Buffalo 0.596 0.483 0.580
8 8 Calgary 0.558 0.522 0.578
9 10 Minnesota 0.529 0.528 0.569
10 9 Ottawa 0.580 0.483 0.563
11 11 New Jersey 0.601 0.463 0.544
12 12 Colorado 0.486 0.529 0.519
13 15 Carolina 0.521 0.469 0.482
14 16 Toronto 0.493 0.486 0.481
15 14 Montreal 0.486 0.486 0.481
16 13 Edmonton 0.436 0.534 0.477
17 18 Pittsburgh 0.529 0.463 0.475
18 17 St. Louis 0.428 0.531 0.470
19 19 Atlanta 0.500 0.471 0.470
20 20 NY Islanders 0.493 0.470 0.460
21 22 Tampa Bay 0.493 0.469 0.451
22 23 NY Rangers 0.464 0.476 0.445
23 21 Boston 0.442 0.488 0.443
24 26 Chicago 0.412 0.529 0.442
25 24 Florida 0.464 0.474 0.439
26 25 Columbus 0.406 0.530 0.437
27 27 Phoenix 0.377 0.528 0.408
28 28 Washington 0.407 0.479 0.390
29 29 Los Angeles 0.336 0.538 0.377
30 30 Philadelphia 0.312 0.480 0.303

AdjWinP is a teams winning percentage when shootouts are considered ties and there are no points awarded for overtime losses
SchedStr is an indication of a teams relative difficulty of schedule
Power Rank is the teams expected winning percentage if team played all .500 teams

  3 Responses to “NHL Power Rankings – 3/13/2007”

  1.  

    Number crunching is all well and good…but I wonder if there is a stat that can be crunched in for how well a team plays against playoff caliber teams…so that strength of schedule doesn’t penalize a team so much.

    Come check us out at http://www.thenhlarena.com

    AND

    http://www.thenhlarenaprogram.blogspot.com.

    Lots of good debate and all number crunchers are very welcome.

  2.  

    Look at the “Against Top 10″, “Against Middle 10″ and “Against Bottom 10″ pages (see side menu).

  3.  

    I was wondering if you could provides some sliding stats:
    Last 20 games, Last 40 games as well as the overall results, as its always interesting to look at the trends :)
    thanks

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